Global X China Consumer ETF
Prior to joining Global X Funds, Alex Ashby lived and traveled extensively throughout Asia. He currently manages a group of six ETFs covering the consumer, energy, financial, industrial, material, and technology sectors of the Chinese economy. The Global X China Consumer ETF (NYSEMKT: CHIQ) provides investors with exposure to consumer-focused companies in China and is designed to be a transparent, cost-efficient way to get access to the growing consumer demand more »
Prior to joining Global X Funds, Alex Ashby lived and traveled extensively throughout Asia. He currently manages a group of six ETFs covering the consumer, energy, financial, industrial, material, and technology sectors of the Chinese economy.
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Colombia has been the cornerstone of ETF superhero Global X Funds’ success. After leaving Madrid, surviving Wharton, and picking up a CFA on his way to co-founding Global X, CEO Bruno del Ama and his team currently oversee 31 ETFs which have brought USD 1.5 billion under management in less than five years.
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